Kane’s current Spurs contract expires in 2024, and despite the club’s efforts over the past year to lock him into new terms, no deal has been achieved.
In spite of Kane’s stellar statistics 2022–23 season, which saw him surpass Wayne Rooney as the all-time leading scorer for Tottenham and England, his club finished eighth in the Premier League standings, which was their lowest placing since 2008–09.
In the midst of Spurs’ turbulent season, Ryan Mason took over as manager at the end of the year after Cristian Stellini and Antonio Conte were both fired. Ange Postecoglou, a former Celtic manager, has been appointed head coach on a four-year contract.
Kane was then advised by Tottenham that they had no intention of selling him this summer after Postecoglou’s appointment at the beginning of June.
Sources have now stated that Spurs are still optimistic about signing Kane to a long-term deal. He is not currently pushing for a relocation, and he may decide to wait to assess his options once his contract is about to expire next year.
In preparation for the upcoming season, Tottenham is still searching the transfer market for reinforcements. Despite Brentford’s hard £40 million asking price, they might turn their attention away from David Raya in favor of James Maddison.